Sushant Singh Rajput’s relationship with his family deteriorated after his father’s second marriage, sister Priyanka has also been a victim of depression.
His girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty has been jailed for the past 18 days in a drugs case involving Sushant Rajput’s death. She is in Mumbai’s Bhaykhala jail from September 8. The next hearing of his bail is scheduled for September 29 for which Rhea has filed a new bail plea. In the petition, Rhea has made several fresh disclosures about Sushant Singh Rajput’s family.
Father had a second marriage
According to reports, Rhea’s bail plea claims that Sushant’s father, KK Singh, had deteriorated when he was very young and his father had married another. Sushant was not happy with it, and that is why the relationship between them never became normal.
Even Sushant felt that her father himself was suffering from a bi-polar disorder. The plea also claims that Sushant’s mother was also a victim of depression and her sister Priyanka also took medicines for depression. Sushant and her family’s relationship had deteriorated when Priyanka was intoxicated by Rhea during a party in April last year.
Mother also had depression
According to Rhea, Sushant’s second sister Shweta had also deleted a Facebook post of 2011 in the past days in which she mentioned that her mother was a victim of chronic mental illness. In addition, Rhea has also claimed in her plea that Sushant himself used to take drugs. The evidence collected by the investigating agencies proves that the people in the vicinity used to call for Sushant who consumed drugs.
Rhea seeks to hand over the case to CBI
Earlier, during a hearing on the bail plea in the Bombay High Court on Thursday, the lawyer said that the case is not within the purview of the Narcotics Control Bureau, so it should be handed over to the CBI.
During the hearing, Rhea and her younger brother Shovik’s lawyer Satish Manshinde told the High Court that “based on the Supreme Court’s decision to transfer the case (Sushant death) to the CBI, all future cases should also go to the CBI. ‘
The NCB has registered a case against Rhea and Showik under several sections of the NDPS Act. On which Satish Manshinde said that under section 27a of the NDPS Act, it is illegal to carry drugs and finance its collection. But these laws are about the commercial use of drugs and not for small quantities.